MATSUMOTO KAYO

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MATSUMOTO KAYO
Affiliation
Kumamoto Health Science University
Section
Faculty of Health Science Department of Nursing

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Published Papers

 
Journal of Japan Academy of Gerontological Nursing   21(2) 75-82   Jan 2017   [Refereed]
Nagata Chizuru, Kiyonaga Asako, Tsutsumi Masae, Matsumoto Kayo, Kitamura Ikuko
Journal of Japan Academy of Community Health Nursing   19(2) 22-30   2016   [Refereed]
<p>Purpose: This study aimed to clarify the end-of-life care experiences of community workers and their problems and to explore possible solutions to promote end-of-life care through community-based services.</p><p>Method: A total of...
永田 千鶴, 松本 佳代, 北村 育子, 清永 麻子
山口医学 = Yamaguchi medical journal   64(3) 183-189   Aug 2015   [Refereed]
本研究は,認知症疾患医療センター(以下,医療センター)が行っている在宅療養継続支援および在宅移行支援と,地域包括支援センター(以下,包括)との連携の内容を明らかにし,医療センターが担うべき認知症患者の在宅支援のあり方に関して検討することを目的とする.熊本県の医療センターの連携担当者および包括の専門職を対象とした半構成的面接により得られたデータを質的記述的に分析し,カテゴリー化した.その結果,医療センターの在宅療養継続支援は,【トリアージ】【医療センターにつなげる】【タイムリーな介入】【地域...
Kitamura Ikuko, Nagata Chizuru, Matsumoto Kayo, Moritsuka Megumi, Kiyonaga Asako
Journal of social welfare, Nihon Fukushi University   (130) 191-208   Mar 2014
認知症高齢者とその家族を最前線で支援する地域包括支援センターにおける,社会福祉士・保健師・看護師を中心とする専門職の実践に注目し,認知症高齢者の在宅生活継続に必要な要件を探ることを目的として,熊本県内の地域包括支援センターを対象にインタビューを実施し,得られたデータを分析した.その結果,地域包括支援センターにはさまざまな相談が寄せられ,地域の包括的相談窓口として認識されつつあること,配置されている専門職がチームアプローチを実践していること,その一方で,地域の諸機関と有効な連携が行われている...
Nagata Chizuru, Kitamura Ikuko, Matumoto Kayo, Higashi Kiyomi, Matumoto Chiharu, Hongo Hidekazu
Bulletin of Kumamoto University, School of Health Sciences   10 15-26   Mar 2014   [Refereed]
Elderly people with dementia living in their own homes are moved to nursing homes if they need support on a round-the-clock basis. In 2006, small community-based agencies started providing services of a new type under the Public Nursing Care Insur...
Nagata Chizuru, Kitamura Ikuko, Hongo Hidekazu, Higashi Kiyomi, Matumoto Kayo, Matumoto Chiharu
Bulletin of Kumamoto University, School of Health Sciences   9 39-51   Mar 2013   [Refereed]
The aim of this study is to develop a model of care enabling elderly people with demetia continue to live a home or in familiar environment (Aging-in place) in community-based Nursing Homes. A semi-structured interview was given to the operators o...
Matsumoto Chiharu, Ueda Kimiyo, Nishisaka Kazuko, Higashi Kiyomi, Nagata Chizuru, Hiura Mizue, Matsumoto Kayo
Bulletin of Kumamoto University, School of Health Sciences   8 61-70   Mar 2012   [Refereed]
The aim of this study is to identify the current state of applications for the Public Health Nurse (PHN) course in School of Health Sciences, Kumamoto University, the number of students taking employment examinations and the final employment statu...
Matsumoto Kayo
Bulletin of Kumamoto University, School of Health Sciences   7 85-105   Mar 2011   [Refereed]
The purpose of this research is to elucidate the factors for enhancing job satisfaction and reducing turnover among professional caregivers. For answering this question the author conducted a questionnaire survey (95 professional caregivers) and s...
Nagata Chizuru, Higashi Kiyomi, Matsumoto Chiharu, Matsumoto Kayo, Kitamura Ikuko
Bulletin of Kumamoto University, School of Health Sciences   7 71-83   Mar 2011   [Refereed]
The aim of this study is to develop a model of care enabling elderly people with dementia continue to live at home or in familiar environment (Aging-in-place). We visited 18 small community-based multiservice agencies providing such care in Fukuok...
Nagata Chizuru, Matsumoto Kayo
Bulletin of Kumamoto University, School of Health Sciences   6 43-62   Feb 2010   [Refereed]
The present study aims to clarify the current status and problems regarding small community-based multiservice agencies, which are promising bases for Aging-in-place (living at home or a familiar area as an elderly). We conducted a survey of sever...

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Exploring the needs of community care workers to enable older people with dementia to age in place
Chizuru Nagata, Kayo Matsumoto, Ikuko Kitamura , Megumi Nakahara , Asako Kiyonaga, Masae Tsutsumi
The 6th International Conference on Community Health Nursing Research   Aug 2015